Undated. Date range from trading dates of J. Marshall, cf. The British book trade index WWW site
First sentence of The death of Nelson: "O'er Nelson's tomb, with silent grief oppress'd, Britannia mourn'd her hero, now at rest."
First sentence of Lochaber: "Farewell to Lochaber, and farewell, my Jean, Where heartsome with thee I have mony days been; For Lochobar no more, Lochaber no more, We'll maybe return to Lochaber no more."
First sentence of The yellow-haired laddie: " In April, when primroses paint the sweet plain, And summer, approaching, rejoiceth the swain, The yellow hair'd laddie would oftentimes go To wilds and deep glens, where the hawthorn trees grow."
First sentence of Whistle, and I'll come to you, my lad: "O whistle and I'll come to you, my lad, O whistle and I'll come to you, my lad: Tho' father and mither and a' should gae mad, O whistle and I'll come to you my lad."
First sentence of The Yorkshire concert: "I'ze a Yorkshireman just come to town, And my coming to town was a gay day, For fortune has here set me down, Waiting gentleman to a fine lady."
Includes 1 woodcut
Copy in McGill Library’s Rare Books and Special Collections: With: A garland of new songs : The bonny Scotch lad and his bonnet so blue, The blackbird, My sailor dear shall guard my pillow, Bundle of truths. Newcastle upon Tyne :Printed by J. Marshall, in the Old Flesh-market,[between 1800 and 1823?]. Bound together subsequent to publication. Uncut pages